Health & Safety Advice
This page provides health and safety advice and useful links for various types of businesses within the Arun area. If you require advice at any time, you can contact our environmental health team on 01903 737755, by email on firstname.lastname@example.org or using our eform to report an issue or request advice. We would also recommend using the HSE website as it covers many common issues. A good place to start is a short guide for managers, and a copy can be downloaded free of charge. You can report a concern about workplace health and safety using our eform.
Animal visitor attractions
Hairdressers and dermatitis
Dermatitis is an inflammatory condition of the skin and it can vary in severity. Dermatitis is not infections, so it cannot be passed from one person to another. HSE advice on skin disease.
Nursing Home Health and Safety is dealt with by the Health and Safety Executive.
Detailed information on these subjects can be accessed at the following links: Preventing Slips, Trips and Falls at Work, Scalding Risks, Controlling Legionella in Residential Nursing and Care Homes, Thorough examination of Lifting Equipment. The Care Quality Commission also undertake programmed inspections of these premises.
Children and young people employment
Construction site safety
Control of Substances Hazardous to Health - COSHH
All premises where cooling towers and evaporative condensers are situated must register with the local authority under the Notification of Cooling Towers and Evaporative Condensers Regulations 1992. Please see the list of premises with cooling towers.pdf [pdf] 10KB. You can use the Notification of cooling towers.pdf [pdf] 35KB to inform us of a premises using a tower.
Display screen equipment
Electricity at work
Golf course management
Health and safety training
Visit CIEH for an up to date list of CIEH accredited local training courses on a range of health and safety topics.
HSE Handling the News-Advice for newsagents and employees on safe handling of bundles
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
Slips, trips and falls
Temperature in the workplace
Violence at work
Work at height